Firangi movie review. Kapil Sharma is one of the biggest names in Indian comedy. After a succesful carrer in comedy now Kapil Sharma yet to taste success in films. 2 years ago, Kapil worked in his first movie, but was unable to impress the audience. And now he is back with another big screen outing, Rajiv Dhingra’s Firangi. Initially, the film was set to release on 10 November 2017, however on 12 October 2017 it was announced that the film would be releasing on 24 November 2017. On 21 November, the release date was again postponed due to the delay in obtaining a censor certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification.‘Firangi ‘ is set during the peak of the independence movement, the film is set in Punjab and tells the story of a man Manga who isn’t bothered by the British atrocities. Also featuring Ishita Dutta, the film marks Kapil’s second project after Abbas-Mustan’s Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon.Kapil act innocent and robotically romance a much younger looking Ishita Dutta (last seen in Drishyam), who channels her inner Amrita Rao for almost three hours is hard to sit through. Unfortunately, the film’s massive runtime is not its only drawback.In ‘Firangi’ all villages look the same and you see the same 15 people roaming everywhere. The costumes and accents are inconsistent. The British sound American, a London returned Indian princess (Monica Gill) dresses and acts more British than the British. She speaks to her fellow Indians in English and with the British in Hindi. The evil Indian king (Kumud Mishra) is neither funny nor menacing.The only actors who look logical and put in some effort to their characters are Edward Sonnenblick and Anjan Srivastav (as Gandhi bhakt). They try to infuse some method to the unending madness. Firangi moves at a snail’s pace leading us to a semi-fun climax. The family film isn’t really tacky or repulsive, it’s outright boring and that’s probably worse because it’s not even unintentionally entertaining.
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